Rush Limbaugh has long anticipated that the Supreme Court would rule on same-sex marriage the way they did on Wednesday.
But nonetheless he accused the five justices of contributing to the 'disintegration of the United States.'
According to the Huffington Post, the four times married conservative commentator feels that gays are a threat to the institution of marriage.
Although he's on public record for years now for saying that same sex marriage was inevitable, the portly pundit held nothing back on his show this week.
The Supreme Court rulings represent 'the visible fracturing by the judiciary of American culture and American tradition,' he said.
The implication is that gay people are not part of American culture and American tradition - which is a political strategy that didn't play well for Republicans during the last election cycle.
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